Access to Justice in Africa and Beyond is an in-depth look at the laws in place throughout Africa and the fact that these laws are not enforced. Legal aid is crucial to helping certain nations to develop into places of safety and social justice. More than 15 professionals from Penal Reform International and the Bluhm Legal Clinic of the Northwestern University School of Law contributed papers that all focus on the complex issues surrounding justice in Africa.
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Access to Justice In Africa and Beyond should be commended for highlighting the problems besetting the provision of legal aid in Africa and for suggesting innovative ways of solving them. Without such solutions, the rule of law and human-rights guarantees in the various African constitutions will remain mere platitudes. --Prof. E.K. Quansah, Coordinator of Legal Clinic at the University of Botswana
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